There are few spaces that I love as much as The Foundry on Long Island. It’s modern but soulful. It’s city but a touch country. It’s girl, but boy too. It’s all together perfect and I’ve yet to see a single wedding there that I didn’t fall head over heals for. BUT. When you add in a touch of Isabelle Selby Photography, florals by Saipua and a black tie meets Anthropology vibe…well love doesn’t even do it justice. Click here to see the whole stunning celebration.
From the Bride… Alex and I knew the second we got engaged that we wanted to get married at the Foundry — we had been to a fundraiser there earlier in the year and fell in love with the intimacy of the space. We both come from large families, and it was important to us to create a family environment, with family-style food and a ceremony that all of our friends and family would be involved in. We were so lucky to find vendors who were willing to work with us to creating the celebration we dreamed of — the dress maker was even kind enough to make me the dress I loved in the non-traditional rose color I was looking for. We wanted everyone to know how much it meant to us to have them there, so we made many of the elements — including the invitations, candle holders and gifts — ourselves, with one of our best friends making all of the deserts. All in all, we were lucky enough to be married by a good friend, surrounded by our loved ones, and dance and celebrate the night away like we had always wanted.
Wedding Photography: Isabelle Selby Photography / Second Shooter: Lauren Slusher Photography / Wedding Venue: The Foundry / Floral Design: Saipua / Catering: NY Bite Club / Desserts: DIY by a Friend / Wedding Invitations + Save-the-Dates: Courtney Gertler (The Bride) / Letterpress Printing: Colleen Elise of Letter & Lark / Wedding Dress: Carol Hannah / Bride’s Short Dress: BHLDN / Bride’s Shoes: See by Chloe / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: J.CrewBHLDN and J.Crew are members of our Look Book. For more information on how members are chosen, click here.